One northern Idaho internet service provider is being asked a whole lot of questions from national new outlets and beyond this week after making a pretty bold business decision. While the owner, Bret Fink, says he is only doing what his customer base wants-- many feel it's a little out of line.

I don't have to tell you all about the drama that is going on, no matter where you fall ethically or politically, surrounding social media platforms banning Donald Trump. It began with Twitter, who shared a statement about their decision:


An Idaho internet provider has decided they're going to "strike back" by banning access to Facebook & Twitter via their services. According to the company, if a user wants to keep access, they can request that and be fine. If they want to ban access--they can request that too. Fink calls it the "freedom of choice".

 

 

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